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Walking Near the Edge  by Budgielover 2 Review(s)
LarnerReviewed Chapter: 4 on 5/23/2012
Pippin's recitation of what's been prepared for dinner must itself be an exquisite torture for Frodo. Poor Frodo--he does NOT deserve all this, not at all!

Now, to decide how they are going to attach Aragorn through all of this. I am anticipating what moves they decide on.

As for focusing solely on Aragorn--not fair, perhaps, but understandable.

GamgeeFestReviewed Chapter: 4 on 3/15/2010
Something so unutterably wicked that it will strike fear into the hearts of hobbit-abusers everywhere…”
“Let’s eat his supper!” Pippin suggested enthusiastically.
“I hardly think making him miss a meal is compensation for all the misery he caused us, Pippin.”
“We could eat his breakfast, too.”

LOL! Of course, Pippin would think that suitable punishment!
I’m surprised that Frodo would go through all that trouble to retrieve that book. Surely, there must be less torturous ways of falling asleep!

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